EAA 76: Orton Hall Farm: A Roman and Early Saxon Farmstead [Paperback]

D. F. Mackreth (Author)

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ISBN: 9780952810506 | Published by: East Anglian Archaeology | Series: East Anglian Archaeology Monograph | Volume: 76 | Year of Publication: 1996 | Language: English 280p, figs and illus




EAA 76: Orton Hall Farm

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Excavation in the parish of Orton Longueville during the 1970s revealed a farmstead which had been occupied from c.50AD right through into the 6th century.

At its greatest extent, in the 4th century, the farmstead included three barns, a house with a walled yard, a large rectangular building and a mill-house. Important evidence for the milling of grain, brewing and animal management was recovered. The farm was apparently a large establishment having many features in common with a medieval manor, and it may have been an imperial estate. Occuption continued into the Saxon period, with evidence of a granary and possibly a hall.

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